An award-winning junk-food inventor debuted deep-fried Coke syrup at September's Texas State Fair:
Gonzales deep-fries Coca-Cola-flavored batter. He then drizzles Coke fountain syrup on it. The fried Coke is topped with whipped cream, cinnamon sugar and a cherry. Gonzales said the fried Coke came about just from thinking aloud.
Gonzales' diet-buster wins the creativity honor at the second-annual Big Tex Choice Awards Contest…
Gonzales achieved notoriety in 2005 with the fried peanut butter, banana, and jelly sandwich — selling an estimated 25,000 of the treats, according to the fair's Web site. The site said London got media attention in 2004 with her fried marshmallows on-a-stick.
Update: Da Mystic Homeboy sez, "Ammonia Coke is a delicacy/tonic I have yet to try. Mix in several drops of ammonia with your Coke, and apparently you get relief from a variety of hypertensive related disorders."